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Measuring, Mixing, Pouring, Blending, Experimenting with Anything!
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EleanorAnne posted:
We create many unique creations by just experimenting. Just let your kids get out a bunch of ingredients and see what they come up with.

Last weekend my daughter wanted to make Goo (cornstarch and water), but she wanted to use flour instead. I tried to explain it would not work, but she had to try it!

She is six and this age she can really help by reading ingredients, measuring and mixing.

Her favorite thing to create is smoothies - She starts with yogurt and adds whatever fruit we have available, milk, ice, and Ovaltine and blends it with a stick blender.
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